MacWireless Expands Antenna and Booster Line to Support All AirPort Base
Stations and Nearly All Macintosh Computers
MacWireless.com announces the release of a new antenna line, offering range
extension solutions for Apple AirPort base stations, PowerMacs, iMacs,
PowerBooks, and iBooks.
Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2006 — MacWireless.com announces the
release of a new antenna line, offering range extension solutions for Apple
AirPort base stations, PowerMacs, iMacs, PowerBooks, and iBooks. The whip
antenna is designed to help your laptop or desktop computer reach a far
away access point, and can help to overcome obstacles such as the metal
frame on Titanium and Aluminum PowerBooks. MacWireless whip antennas will
even work on an iBook with an AirPort or AirPort Extreme Card, a model with
a design that has made it notoriously difficult to boost.
The new MacWireless omni-directional antennas are great for boats and RVs,
featuring a rugged, weatherproof exterior and a sleek design. The antennas
can be used with an AirPort base station and Power over Ethernet to create
a powerful, flexible solution for schools, homes, and offices. Add a
MacWireless booster to yield signals up to fifteen times more powerful than
an AirPort card or base station!
Featured in the lineup is a new ceiling antenna, which enables a wireless
base station to effective broadcast downward through multiple floors,
making it ideal for cafes, study rooms, and multi-level office buildings.
The ceiling antenna is simple to setup, with several options for
installation. These antennas are a useful and unobtrusive addition to any
In addition to offering full support for Apple AirPort products, the new
MacWireless antennas can also be used with most other wireless base
stations and cards. For more information, see (http://www.macwireless.com/)
MacWireless offers a full line of innovative 11b and 11g wireless products
including cards, routers, and signal amplification devices. We specialize
in state-of-the-art accessories for the Apple AirPort Base Station, and in
helping older Macs join the wireless revolution. If it is quality wireless,
MacWireless has it.